LOOKING NORTH: Minister for Northern Australia Keith Pitt and Assistant Minister for Northern Australia Michelle Landry have teamed up to unlock the dormant potential contained in Australia’s north as we recover from a challenging 2020.
LOOKING NORTH: Minister for Northern Australia Keith Pitt and Assistant Minister for Northern Australia Michelle Landry have teamed up to unlock the dormant potential contained in Australia’s north as we recover from a challenging 2020.

YEAR IN REVIEW: Michelle Landry reflects on challenging 2020

IT WOULD be difficult to reflect on the tumultuous year that was 2020 without using clichéd words like "unprecedented" but Michelle Landry has found plenty of others in summing up an unforgettable year in politics.

Charged with championing the interests of Capricornia and performing the duties required of the Assistant Minister for Children and Families, another ball was tossed into the air for Ms Landry to juggle in February 2020, taking on the responsibility of Assistant Minister for Northern Australia.

It was not long after that all hell broke loose across the globe as the coronavirus pandemic swept through, creating a double-barrelled health and economic emergency, the likes of which hadn't been seen in a century.

Ms Landry has kindly shared with the Morning Bulletin how both she, and her government, have responded to the defining challenges of our generation.

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2020 has been a year of ups and downs.

Due to COVID-19 and other external circumstances outside of their control, thousands of people in Central Queensland would have found themselves without a job, or their employment under threat.

The Federal Government answered the call and we used JobKeeper and JobSeeker as the economic lifeline as it was meant to be, to keep people in jobs and as a safety net to train for an alternative job if required.

The Family Practice Emu Park completed extensive renovations after successfully applying for a $300,000 grant through the Rural General Practice Grants Program (RGPG).
The Family Practice Emu Park completed extensive renovations after successfully applying for a $300,000 grant through the Rural General Practice Grants Program (RGPG).

Facing a once-in-century-pandemic that has caused the greatest economic shock since the Great Depression, Australia has performed better on the health and economic front than nearly any other country in the world.

We have seen 80% of the 1.3 million Australians who either lost their jobs or saw their working hours reduced to zero at the start of the pandemic are now back at work.

Technically, Australia's recession may be over, but Australia's economic recovery is not.

There is a lot of ground to make up and many CQ households and many CQ businesses are still doing it tough.

The Morrison-McCormack Government have also extended Homebuilder.

It is doing exactly what is was intended to do by driving demand and helping to protect the jobs of one million Australians employed in our vital construction sector.

We are also pulling as many economic levers as possible to see our small businesses prosper. We extended the instant asset write-off, meaning small businesses can purchase plant and equipment they had been planning to purchase before the pandemic now and instant write it off.

Michelle Landry surveying the site of Rookwood Weir.
Michelle Landry surveying the site of Rookwood Weir.

It was wonderful to deliver on key election promises this year, Rookwood Weir is powering ahead, after the joint funding arrangement was signed in October.

While information on the true water capacity and the true water quality of the weir is under lock and key, I hope that farmers and landowners can get access to the water they need at an affordable price.

After multiple attempts by the Labor Party in Canberra to block it, The Federal Government also green-lighted the funding of a feasibility study for a coal-fired power station in Collinsville, which stands to deliver cheaper and more reliable energy for hardworking families and small businesses across the entire region.

I also secured up to $23 million in federal funding towards the development of the Rocky Sports Stadium. Back in 2013, one of my election commitments was to dedicate $500,000 towards a feasibility study to determine the best location for a sports stadium as a part of the CQNRL bid. 

Announcing up to $23 million in federal funding to construct the Rocky Sports Stadium with Rocky Sports Club President Gavin Shukker, Rocky Sports Club Manager Jack Hughes and Rockhampton Regional Councillor Neil Fisher.
Announcing up to $23 million in federal funding to construct the Rocky Sports Stadium with Rocky Sports Club President Gavin Shukker, Rocky Sports Club Manager Jack Hughes and Rockhampton Regional Councillor Neil Fisher.

While Labor ended up paying for the feasibility study in a similar commitment, it was a good first step for the area towards a stadium.

We will soon have the capacity to host international acts and have bigger sporting matches right here in Rockhampton along with the vast economic benefits that come with them.

The Rockhampton Museum of Art is beginning to take shape and I am looking forward to seeing the Rockhampton Art Gallery become a draw card for tourists from all around the country.

The museum is jointly funded with the Coalition Government contributing $10 million, funded under its Building Better Regions Fund.

Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry, Rockhampton Art Gallery director Bianca Acimovic, and Former Rockhampton Regional Council Mayor Margaret Strelow visiting the Rockhampton Museum of Art site.
Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry, Rockhampton Art Gallery director Bianca Acimovic, and Former Rockhampton Regional Council Mayor Margaret Strelow visiting the Rockhampton Museum of Art site.

The Shoalwater Bay Training Area expansion continues to deliver outcomes for the Australian Defence Force, the Singaporean Armed Forces and for local businesses.

Laing O'Rourke remain committed, through their Local Industry Capability Plan (LICP) target of sourcing upwards of 80 per cent of the value of the subcontracts from the Central Queensland region: Rockhampton Shire, Livingston Shire, Mackay, Moranbah, Emerald and Gladstone.

Michelle Landry overseeing the start of major construction works at the Shoalwater Bay Training Area with Laing O'Rourke Project Director James Foreman.
Michelle Landry overseeing the start of major construction works at the Shoalwater Bay Training Area with Laing O'Rourke Project Director James Foreman.

ASMTI SWBTA has a Delivery Phase LICP achievement rate of 84 per cent of the value of the subcontracts executed with companies from the Central Queensland region. Currently, 68.2 per cent of subcontract packages (by value) have been awarded to subcontractors within the Rockhampton and Livingston Shires alone.

In Central Queensland, 47 companies have been engaged for delivery phase design and construction work for the SWBTA component of the ASMTI, valued in the order of $110 million. 25 of these companies are based in Rockhampton and Livingstone Shire regions alone, and this work is valued around $82 million.

Following commencement of major construction activities in August 2019, 465 persons have worked on the project. Of these, 407 (88 per cent) identified as having a home residential address within the local region.

Michelle Landry inspecting the recovery of the Cowie Farm after the Bungundarra bushfires with Jack Cowie and Senator Matt Canavan
Michelle Landry inspecting the recovery of the Cowie Farm after the Bungundarra bushfires with Jack Cowie and Senator Matt Canavan

Procurement activities for the project are ongoing with a further 119 packages, valued in the order of $400 million, to be released to the market in 2021 through 2023.

The remaining packages have been market tested, valued in the order of $10,000 to $15 million, and it is anticipated that local industry have the capability and capacity to deliver on the works.

We are continuing to see record amounts of federal funding on infrastructure, education, health and industry in CQ.

Earlier this year, I was very fortunate to accept the role of Assistant Minister for Northern Australia. Ever since I was elected to represent Capricornia in 2013, I have fought tooth and nail to secure billions of dollars in funding for infrastructure projects in Capricornia and I have brought the same approach to my new portfolio.

Michelle Landry delivering her keynote speech at the Delivering Northern Australia conference.
Michelle Landry delivering her keynote speech at the Delivering Northern Australia conference.

Water and agriculture is a key focus of my work around the electorate in 2021. Water is lifeblood of regional communities and agriculture is one of our country's biggest industries. While

I also want to thank Central Queenslanders again for continuing to put their faith in me to represent them in Canberra and across the region.

It is a privilege to do this job.

2021 will be a new year for new opportunities and new challenges for Capricornia but we are ready to approach every single one of them head on.

 

Portfolio - Children and Families

This year Australian families have been tested like never before.

As the Assistant Minister for Children and Families I've worked hard to ensure that families doing it tough have access to the support they need to get through the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Morrison Government is putting families front and centre of our nation's recovery.

Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry and Prime Minister Scott Morrison talking during his visit to Rockhampton.
Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry and Prime Minister Scott Morrison talking during his visit to Rockhampton.

Our new tax cuts will support millions of families - helping to ensure that Australians will keep more of their own money, to spend on what's important to them.

Unfortunately, we know that there has been an increase in domestic violence during the pandemic, which is why we have taken action by committing an extra $150 million to boost programs under the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children.

$100 million has been delivered to temporarily expand the activity work test for Paid Parental Leave, which will allow about 9,000 mums to regain their eligibility for this scheme, while a further 3,500 people will be able to claim Dad and Partner Pay.

Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry and Prime Minister Scott Morrison touring Hastings Deering in Rockhampton during his visit to the area.
Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry and Prime Minister Scott Morrison touring Hastings Deering in Rockhampton during his visit to the area.

For families who experience the unbearable tragedy of losing an infant, the Morrison Government has stepped in to raise the stillbirth baby payment.

And in terms of child safety, we are making excellent progress with the states and territories in developing Australia's next long-term national strategy for protecting our kids.

 

Portfolio - Northern Australia

As the Assistant Minister for Northern Australia I have the pleasure of meeting with people right across the north in regions and communities to promote the importance of the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF).

Michelle Landry speaking at the Bob Brown Tribute Rally in Clermont.
Michelle Landry speaking at the Bob Brown Tribute Rally in Clermont.

The NAIF is an important catalyst for jobs and economic growth, and so far around $2.4 billion has been committed to projects, generating around 7,500 new jobs, worth more than $4.4 billion.

In March, the Australian Government signed a new Treaty with Singapore on military training in Australia. When fully underway, the Treaty will mean up to 14,000 members of the Singapore armed forces will come to Queensland each year, with a new area to be established near Greenvale in the north, and with an expansion of the Shoalwater Bay training area.

More than $4 billion has also been provided for northern Australia in the October Budget to help the north rebound from the COVID-19 downturn.

Announcing the construction partners of CQUniversity's School of Mining with Vice Chancellor Professor Nick Klomp, after the Federal Government's $30 million investment.
Announcing the construction partners of CQUniversity's School of Mining with Vice Chancellor Professor Nick Klomp, after the Federal Government's $30 million investment.

The Government's investment will help pursue a gas-led recovery by developing strategic basin plans that will create thousands of jobs, including in the North Bowen and Galilee Basins.

To assist in the development of key industries in the resources, agriculture and tourism sectors the Australian Government is investing more than $497 million in water infrastructure, and this year the Australian and state governments co-signed the funding agreement for Rookwood Weir.

To date, the Australian Government has committed $2.98 billion to critical road infrastructure in northern Australia. Projects under the Roads of Strategic Importance program have been fast-tracked to help stimulate economic activity and construction jobs across the north - such as $13 million for the Rockhampton to Yeppoon Road.

Celebrating the Federal Government's funding for Beef Australia with CEO Ian Mill and Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud.
Celebrating the Federal Government's funding for Beef Australia with CEO Ian Mill and Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud.

In conclusion

I think I can safely say we will all be happy to see the end of 2020 and to welcome in the New Year.

We have achieved a great deal as country, as a state and as a community during COVID-19. A lot of people have suffered, both mentally and financially, but we are doing everything we can to see Central Queenslanders come out of the other side.

Michelle Landry tours Darumbal Youth Services in Rockhampton.
Michelle Landry tours Darumbal Youth Services in Rockhampton.

Even when things are at the worst, we have seen many examples of genuine kindness and compassion shown to strangers and friends and family alike.

I would like to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a safe holiday season. I can't wait to continue representing you and Capricornia into 2021 and beyond.

KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

Project Name

Organisation

Commonwealth Funding Amount

Rocky Sports Stadium

Rocky Sports Club

$23,000,000.00

Emu Park Swimming Club

Emu Park Swimming Club

$75,000.00

Central Queensland Indigenous Development Limited

Central Queensland Indigenous Development Limited

$2,000.00

The Hall State School

The Hall State School

$1,000.00

Yuwi Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

Yuwi Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

$2,000.00

Central Queensland Indigenous Development Limited

Central Queensland Indigenous Development Limited

$3,000.00

Additional Stables at Clermont Showgrounds

Clermont Show Society - Isaac RC

$275,778.00

Simpson Street Rockhampton

Rockhampton Regional Council

$545,000.00

Moores Creek Road, Feez Street, & Kerrigan Street Norman Gardens

Rockhampton Regional Council

$87,000.00

Davis Street William Street Allenstown

Rockhampton Regional Council

$335,500.00

Installation of traffic signal at Intersection of Glemore road & main street as Park Avenue.

Rockhampton Regional Council

$2,995,500.00

Bungundarra Road  North West from Woodbury Road Intersection Yeppoon

Livingstone Shire Council

$252,500.00

Bully Creek Bridge Replacement

Isaac Regional Council

$243,600.00

Ted Cunningham Bridge Replacement

Whitsunday

$2,000,000.00

Construct three buildings containing units specifically designed to meet the needs of people living

Multicap Ltd

$950,000.00

Upgrade the six mega-litre reservoir at Collinsville and equip the Water and Sewage Treatment Plants

Whitsunday Regional Council

$836,786.00

Three health and wellbeing workshops, and mentoring and coaching for not-for-profit organisations in

Mackay Regional Council for Social Development

$20,000.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Capricornia Catchments

$147,590.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Rockhampton Regional Council

$520,000.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Rock FM Association Inc

$21,214.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Moranbah & District Support Service Assocation

$33,300.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Fundin

Fitzroy Rural Fire Brigade Group

$57,090.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Crediton Hall Recreation Club

$148,500.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Clermont Community Housing and Other Services

$100,541.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Carinity Education Rockhampton

$140,000.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Livingstone Shire Council

$612,000.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Fundin

Central QLD Community Suicide Prevention Network Inc

$5,000.00

Cat C Bushfire Recovery Funding

Eungella Community Development Association

$92,500.00

Emergency Airstrip - Election funding

Finch Hatton Emergency Airstrip

$50,000.00

Upgrades to drag club - election funding

Palmyra Dragway

$120,000.00

Rehabilitation of Carmila Beach Reserve

Sarina Landcare

$14,345.00

Tedlands Wetland Fishway Assessment

Sarina Landcare

$13,445.00

Rehabilitation of Lousia Creek Reserve

Sarina Landcare

$13,812.00

Progressive road sealing - may Downs Road

Isaac Regional Council

$6,400,000.00

Pavement strengthening and resilience along Rockhampton - Yeppoon Road

Rockhampton Regional Council

$4,000,000.00

Road safety improvements Peak Downs Highway (Mackay to Eton)

Mackay Regional Council

$14,400,000.00

4Tel Entrepreneurs' Programme Grant

4Tel

$50,000.00

4Tel Entrepreneurs' Programme Grant

4Tel

$50,000.00

4Tel Entrepreneurs' Programme Grant

4Tel

$30,000.00

Convention Centre

Keppel Bay Sailing Club

$20,000,000.00

Richie's Engineering Services Entrepreneurs' Programme

Richie's Engineering Services

$20,000.00

L&F Mine Transfers Entrepreneurs' Programme

L&F Mine Transfers

$20,000.00

Edge Management Trust Entrepreneurs' Programme

Edge Management Trust

$20,000.00

Yeppoon Metal Industries

Yeppoon Metal Industries

$20,000.00

Empire Apartment Hotel Trust Entrepreneurs' Programme

Empire Apartment Hotel Trust

$20,000.00

Empire Apartment Hotel Trust Entrepreneurs' Programme

Empire Apartment Hotel Trust

$20,000.00

Humphries Family Trust

Humphries Family Trust

$20,000.00

O'Loughlin Family Trust

O'Loughlin Family Trust

$20,000.00

Scope Equipment Hire

Scope Equipment Hire

$20,000.00

Mining Equipment Maintenance

Mining Equipment Maintenance

$20,000.00

Manuplex Ventilation

Manuplex Ventilation

$20,000.00

Event Solutions Group Tailored Advisory Service

Event Solutions Group

$20,000.00

Event Solutions Group Tailored Advisory Service

Event Solutions Group

$20,000.00

CQ Fibreglass Operations Trust Entrepreneurs' Programme

CQ Fibreglass Operations Trust

$15,140.00

K & T Holdings Entrepreneurs' Programme

K & T Holdings Pty Ltd

$20,000.00

K & T Holdings Entrepreneurs' Programme

K & T Holdings Pty Ltd

$20,000.00

Great Keppel Island Hideaway Entrepreneurs' Programme

Great Keppel Island Hideaway

$20,000.00

Capricorn Cladding and Insulation Entrepreneurs' Programme

Capricorn Cladding and Insulation

$20,000.00

Betta Group of Companies QLD Entrepreneurs' Programme

Betta Group of Companies QLD

$20,000.00

Railway Hotel Trust

Railway Hotel Trust

$20,000.00

Catholic Diocese of Rockhampton Entrepreneurs' Programme

Catholic Diocese of Rockhampton

$6,000.00

Kenlogan Road - insitu stabilisation of pavement with two-coat sealing and linemarking

Isaac Regional Council

$170,280.00

Glenmore Road - Pavement Widening

Rockhampton City Council

$887,250.00

Huntley Road - insitu stabilisation of pavement with two-coat  sealing and linemarking

Isaac Regional Council

$28,030.00

Peak Downs Highway Safety Works

Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads

$166,200,000.00

Overtaking Lanes Capricorn Highway - Rockhampton to Emerald

Transport and Main Roads Queensland

 

Overtaking Lanes - Bruce Highway

Transport and Main Roads Queensland

 

The Sarina Northern Access Upgrade

Transport and Main Roads Queensland

 

Rockhampton to Gracemere duplication

Rockhampton Regional Council

$60,000,000.00

Yarning Circle

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

$8,000.00

Mental Health / Wellbeing and Environment Club Projects

Clermont State School

$19,690.00

Grounds Upgrade

Mistake Creek State School

$10,000.00

Library and Learning Support room upgrade

Kilcummin State School

$20,000.00

RSHS Aquaculture Prototype Project

Rockhampton State High School

$20,000.00

Technology class refurbishment

Clermont State High School

$20,000.00

The Park Avenue State School Welcoming Circle - Bringing Community Together

Park Avenue State School

$20,000.00

Clinical Health Services

Mount Archer State School

$20,000.00

Stadium Fans Berserker Street State School

Berserker Street State School

$20,000.00

Shade for Playground

Crescent Lagoon State School

$20,000.00

Shipping Container Footings

Valkyrie State School

$20,000.00

Community Gardens

Rockhampton North Special School

$2,310.00

Satellite Office for Sarina

Headspace

 

Assess options for microgrids to offer a more stable network, increase network utilisation, increase the uptake of on-farm solar energy and cut costs in the rural and irrigation sector.

The Queensland Farmers Federation

$654,807.00

Regional Place-making Art Commissions

Rockhampton City Council

$29,924.00

Road upgrades to promote regional recovery

Isaac Regional Council

$2,000,000.00

Road upgrades to promote regional recovery

Livingstone Shire Council

$3,135,000.00

Road upgrades to promote regional recovery

Mackay Regional Council

$9,782,950.00

Road upgrades to promote regional recovery

Rockhampton Regional Council

$1,483,455.00

Road upgrades to promote regional recovery

Whitsunday Regional Council

$1,050,537.00

Islamic Society Of Central Queensland

Islamic Society Of Central Queensland

$19,189.80

Develop a digital interactive presentation to accompany a memorabilia display commemorating local service personnel at the Emu Park Historical Museum

Emu Park Historical Museum Society

$4,000.00

Emu Park RSL Commemorative Plaque

Emu Park RSL

$755.00

Specialised mobile radio and headquarters units to the region

Queensland Remote Area Tracking Inc.

$9,307.00

Replace Unoperational Equipment

The Frenchville Sports Club

$17,890.00

Mulambin Beach Park Facilites

Rotary Club Capricorn Coast

$5,150.00

Purchase and Installation of a solar power system @ Collinsville retail centre

St Vincent De Pauls

$10,000.00

Outdoor Play Equipment

C&K Middlemount community childcare centre

$18,026.00

Disability Access upgrades

Victoria Park Bowls Club

$2,500.00

Purchase of sports equipment

Suncity Sports Club

$3,500.00

Capricorn Coast Men's Shed - Upgrade

Capricorn Coast Men's Shed

$7,000.00

Upgrades to Centre

CPL Choice

$9,444.00

Gym and consultation rooms

Centacare CQ

$13,590.00

Infatable Rescue Boat

Sarina Surf Life Saving Club Incorporated

$10,050.00

Grandstand Shading

Sarina Rugby League

$15,647.00

Versatile Tool Box

Clermont Men's Shed

$2,500.00

Yeppoon and District Show Society

Yeppoon and District Show Society

$70,000.00

Clermont Rodeo and Show Society

Clermont Rodeo and Show Society

$13,948.00

Pioneer Valley Agricultural Show Society

Pioneer Valley Agricultural Show Society

$70,000.00

Sarina Show Society

Sarina Show Society

$15,000.00

Bowen Basin Service Link - Walkerston Bypass

Walkerston Bypass

 

Renovations and upgrade of old unsafe electrical wiring.

Cockscomb Veterans  Retreat

$25,586.00

Full Draw Archers Volunteers Grant

Full Draw Archers

$5,000.00

Sarina Landcare Catchment Management Association Volunteer Grant

Sarina Landcare Catchment Management Association

$1,200.00

Blair Athol Clermont Bowls Club Volunteers Grant

Blair Athol Clermont Bowls Club

$5,000.00

Emu Park Historical Museum Society Volunteers Grant

Emu Park Historical Museum Society

$4,000.00

Bluebirds United Football Club Volunteers Grant

Bluebirds United Football Club

$2,000.00

Fitzroy Sharks Junior Rugby League Volunteers Grant

Fitzroy Sharks Junior Rugby League

$3,600.00

Rockhampton Men's Shed Volunteers Grant

Rockhampton Men's Shed

$4,331.00

Television and projector for training

The Caves Rural Fire Brigade

$3,500.00

Laptop and software

Dows Creek Hall

$1,770.00

Water storage tanks

Maryvale Rural Fire Services

$4,780.00

Partly fund outdoor learning area

Nanankin Rural Fire Brigade

$4,800.00

BBQ

Pioneer Valley Agriculture Show

$1,600.00

New training equipment and training for volunteers

Sarina Junior Rugby League

$3,000.00

Sporting Equipment & training

Mackay Hurricanes Cricket Club

$1,500.00

Leadership Training

Yeppoon Scout Group

$2,500.00

New computers and recording equipment

4RFM Community Radio

$4,470.00

New computer and office supplies

Rockhampton Golf Club

$1,000.00

Training and equipment

Rossmoya Rural Fire Brigade

$5,000.00

Marquees and fundraising equipment and storage

Rockhampton Australia South Sea Islander

$4,350.00

Fuel and training

Australian Volunteer Coastguard

$2,500.00

Fuel and insurance costs

Meals on Wheels Clermont

$2,000.00

First Aid Training

Sailability Capricornia

$2,000.00

Laptops and office equipment

Rockhampton Royal Flying Doctor Auxillary

$2,500.00

New thicknesser

Yeppoon Men's Shed

$3,490.00

New power tools and building repairs

Cockscomb Veterans Retreat

$5,000.00

Part purchase a new fridge

Rockhampton Foodbank

$5,000.00

RSA training and fuel costs

Pink Robin Project

$2,400.00


 

Michelle Landry with Member for Dawson George Christensen and Bowen River Utilities CEO John Cotter touring Collinsville near the Urannah Dam site.
Michelle Landry with Member for Dawson George Christensen and Bowen River Utilities CEO John Cotter touring Collinsville near the Urannah Dam site.

 

Michelle Landry touring Humpty Doo Barramundi – the largest barramundi farm in Australia.
Michelle Landry touring Humpty Doo Barramundi – the largest barramundi farm in Australia.


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